Hours of Operation
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
10:00 am – 10:00 pm
The second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans’ French Quarter, Tujague’s carries on traditions begun before carriages had left the city's cobblestone streets. Piquant shrimp remoulade and juicy beef brisket po-boys are among its famous offerings. Enjoy a cocktail at the original stand-up bar, now in its second century!
Tujague’s offers not just classic New Orleans specialties, but authentic New Orleans history: an antique mirror, imported from Paris, has graced the backbar since 1865, while the original cypress bar survived Prohibition, the Depression, and both world wars to hold patrons’ drinks to this day. Originally Madame Begue’s, Tujague’s takes pride in offering delicious dishes, cooked with the same care as always, to locals and visitors alike.
From its beginning, Tujague’s has hand-selected produce from the French Market farmer’s market just across the street, using these fresh ingredients to craft three entrees du jour.
Tujague's stays open on Thanksgiving and Christmas, serving traditional dinners all day.